More than 300 newspapers across the country published editorials Thursday defending the freedom of the press against attacks by President Donald Trump.

The Boston Globe, which initiated the effort, said in its editorial, “This relentless assault on the free press has dangerous consequences.” Trump promptly tweeted that the Globe was in “collusion with other newspapers on free press.” He subsequently tweeted he wants “true” freedom of the press:

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